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Education is the best process 
for changing the structure 
of a society, regardless of 
type. It is, by necessity, a 
moving phenomenon. It can- 
not stand still because of new 

developments that change the 

prospect of the future from 

one minute to the next. There 

is a call for equality, justice, 

truth, and other abstract 

ideas that can have actuality 

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Amidst the turmoil, the quiet 
hush, the thirst for knowledge, 
the flood of friendship, the 
autumn showers that brighten 
the horizon, our campus, though 
physically small, still engulfs 
students with ideas that are 
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The climb . . . 
alone . . . 
together. 
Steps are synonomous with 
life. Some are long and 
straight; others are curved 
and complicated. It is the 
goal of education to straighten 
the curves and yield new 
paths to follow. 




Change has been from minute 
to hour to day to year. 
The student who keeps in 
mind that 1967-68 was a year 
of unending change, and that 
1968-69 will be another, 
then the alteration will 
have been real and good, 
not a repetition with little 
variations that can be lost 
all too easily. If he has been 
here at Surry Community 
College, then he knows what 
the year has been, and he will 
not have to think too long 
before recalling days of toil 
mingled with pleasure. 






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Faces are mirrored emotions - 
signs of understanding, 
aversion, fear — employing 
the physical use of a smile 
or a frown, and translating 
these symbols into emotional 
reality based on the sum of 
our experiences and inter- 
actions with the perceptual 
world. 



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Life at college is happy, 
serious, sometimes lonely. 
During loneliness we grope 
for understanding, for some- 
one who will share and be- 
lieve, for someone with whom 
to view tomorrow or merely 
discuss yesterday. We strive 
to be apart from the main- 
stream, yet a part of an 
intimate relationship. 



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The everchanging 
activities involved in 
student life give 
mobility to the face of 
the campus — a student- 
centered world which lasts 
a short span of time 
but forever colors the 
future and remains a 
bright memory. 





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The 1968 

Surry Community 

Dobson, North 

Volume One 



16 



TROTTER 



College 
Carolina 



Contents: 



Administration and Faculty 18 

Campus Life '66- ! 67 32 

Campus Life '67-'68 42 

Organizations 64 

Freshmen 78 

Sophomores 96 

Advertisements 118 



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The dream still lives, 
It lives, it lives, 
And shall not die! 

—Green 



We, indeed, owe much to these men, now 
deceased — Will Monday, Robert S. Burrus, 
and David Locke Webb. They were chosen 
to guide into fruition a dream — the founding 
of our college. In the begining, it was 
their vision, their resourcefulness, their per- 
sistence, and their unrelenting toil and opti- 
mism which gave to us, the people of North- 
west North Carolina and adjoining areas, 
that which enriches our lives today. 

With such a heritage as that which these 
far-sighted men have given to us, Surry 
Community College strives unceasingly to 
broaden and enrich the students' outlook and 
aspirations so that, upon graduation, they will 
be able to weather any storm at any level 
of life. 



I, John Krepick 
President 



President of 
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The task of establishing a college is, 
indeed, no mean feat. With experience and 
insight, our Mr. Krepick has brought Surry 
Community College from an 8'x1G" office 
to our present campus. 




President Krepick is always conscious of the needs 
of the students and faculty. 



then there are rare moments of silence 



George E. Stockton 
Dean of Student Personnel 



Paul E. Keicher, Chairman 
Technical and Vocational 

Division 



Administration 




Here at S.C.C. the administrators have been and 
continue to be as much a part of student activity as 
a part of the administration. Too often the adminis- 
tration is thought of by the students as a vast-network 
of hard-to-reach, busy, and aloof figures. Our admin- 
istrators have a keen desire to respect the individual 
aptitudes, ambitions, and personalities of the stu- 
dents and their actions have demonstrated their con- 
cern for the students' welfare and happiness. 



to nights of dancing and fun. 



From days of long hard work 



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James M. Reeves 

Counselor and Assistant 

Director of Extension 



James H, Templeton 

Director of Adult Education 





They give us perspective. 




It's groovy. 



Administration 



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Carlos P. Surratt 

Director of Evening Division 

and Counselor. 



H. Clyde Johnson 
Business Manager 



Business Manager 



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Sammy Lee Allred 
Business Administration 



Broadus D. Atkins 
Auto Mechanics 



Mary A, Calloway 

English and History 



Warren E, Chilton 
Mathematics 







He is not only our teacher 
but our friend. 




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R. Eric Freed 
Drafting and Design 




R. C. Freeman 
Librarian 



Paul Hinshaw 
Physical Education 



Faculty 





Beats me! 





Famous words; "Atrocious, atrocious, atrocious.' 



Ugh, 2, 3, 4. 



For our next project, we 



I really shouldn't excuse you, you know 



A comma doesn't go there, or there, 
or there . . . 




Faculty 






Conrad Holcomb 
History 



James Hutchins 
History 



C, Merritt Lear 
Electronics 



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will rewire the entire campus. 





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James C. McCann 


Ray Reed 


Weldon Reese 


Carmen Richardson 


Mathematics 


English 


Learning Laboratory 
Coordinator, Mount Airy 


Music 



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Faculty 



Paul Rogers 
Spanish 



Richard Seltzer 
Biology 



Goldie Sparger 
Business Administration 








Biologists should know: Caution! Smoking may be hazardous to your health. 



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Baby, Boogaloo down Broadway! 



Peggy H. Taylor Mary Ruth Thompson 

Business Administration Sociology and Psychology 




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Beginning a new day after 
high school students have 
gone, 




Mr. Templeton oversees the adult division, an 
important part of our curriculum. 



Application of what is learned 



We are indeed grateful to the guidance and understanding that Dean Chilton gave to us. 





Taking a break and getting warm! 



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Ben seems to have everybody's attention. Wonder 
why? 



Last minute cramming! 




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Drink machines are never predictable. 



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Releasing the tensions of the day. 





I'll be glad when this class is over! 



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Mr. Krepick begins the dance 
with Queen Linda Dobson. 








How sweet it is! 





Taking ten. 



Taking five. 



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Dean Stockton registers and 
advises a new student. 




Slowly, our buildings begin 






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We wondered if we would 
ever get in! 



Mr. Keicher helps a student in his vocational interests. 



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to take shape. 






Dobson swings like a pendulum do! 



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Betty Hemmings 
Bookkeeper and Secretary 




Staff 



Mrs. Shinault types our tests 
but she'll never tell. 




Janie Overton 
Secretary 




Alma Shinault 
Secretary 




Janice Poplin 
Secretary 



Graham Lawrence 

Superintendent of Buildings 

and Grounds 





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Janice Barker 
Library 



Paula Pratt 
Library 



Mrs. Grace Gayle 
Snack Bar 



Mrs. Leona Cooke 
Snack Bar 









Mrs. Beulah Marion 
Snack Bar 



What would we do without the services 
provided by the College Staff. These hard- 
working people are sometime over looked 
when laurels are passed out. However, we 
do appreciate them and enjoy our association 
with them. 



Mr. Seltzer always seems to be in the snack bar. 



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Here comes Mr. Reeves. Put 
up the cards! 






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When I pull my ear watch everyone disappear. 






Even using lunch break, no 
one can ever finish that 
parallel reading. 



Alas, the camera is turned. 



Let's find a nice quiet corner and 
watch each other eat. 



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Everything we seek science 
discovers, which is a pro- 
duct of man's genius. 



If Rudolph can't fix it, no 
one can. 




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Coke after Coke after Coke , 




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Is he coming or going? 



A bird's eye view. 



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A pyramid is as strong as its weakest back. 




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We know no spectacle so ridiculous. 



A pumpkin with Christmas, Decorations??? 



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The terrifying trio of S, C, C, 




The purple Baron 



We must have the desire to 
reach the apex. 




Not many people show up on snow days 



At the top, we look down, recalling times 
past. 



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The parking problem has just got out of hand. 



An interesting view of the Programmed 
Learner stacks. 



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There he is again, grinning 
like an opossum. 






I'd rather have a coke. 





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A high-class still! 



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The distance is nothing; it is only 
the first step that counts. 



We may have small windows, but we've got a big outlook. 



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Girls* Soccer or Kick-a-Poo? 




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Surry Community College Basketball Team — Kneeling; Archie 
Lankford, Gary Wilson, Freddie Hutchins, Israel Parker; stand- 



ing, Van Hamlin, Tom Woodruff, Jerry Hemmings, Bill Hayes, 
Gary Chilton, Don Beane. 




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Would you believe the 
Halloween Queen? 






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and a king or two. 



Linda Feed represents Mount Airy in its annual Christmas Parade. 



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Tahitian Hottday Queen and 
Court. 




Diane Davis is S.CC.'s Snow Queen in Mount Airy's Christmas Parade. 



We really can't tell who it Is from here. 



Glad that class is over; now to the Greasy Spoon 

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I was going to buy a new car, 
until I got my book list from 
Mrs. Caltoway. 




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Service with a smile. 





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We are given a chance to practice and prove what we 
learn. 



This is a Hickok Teaching 
System, Inc. or something or 
other. 



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Bookstore browsing 




Mrs. Bryant helps soften the 
blow of book prices. 





The daily trudge between 
buildings. 



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Maybe next time you'll keep 
your mouth shut. 



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Seated: Ricky Shores, David Sidden, Bennie Venable, Karen Freer, Mr. Seltzer, Kathy Mosley, Daphne Quesinberry Standing- Frances 
Niches Rudy Key, Bonnie Hamlin, Robby Wilson, Mike Church, Gary Alderman, Dal Cheek, Forrest Boaz, James Stockton Gary Bunton 
Linda Slate, Doug Sykes 



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Nurses 



Libby Green, Judy Barrier, 
Mary Hill, Gail Gordon, 
Glenda Moser, Carol Hill, 
Sherry Wall, Debra Need- 
ham. 



College 
Chorus 



Seated: Linda Chilton, Mrs, Hem- 
mings. Brenda Marshall, Guest, 
Nancy Wiles. Joyce High; Stand- 
ing: James Collins, Tommy Hay- 
more, David Sidden, Troy Cox, 
Carl Massey, James Hayes, 
Bobby Swaim, Ben Beiton. Not 
pictured: Mrs. Carmen Richard- 
son, director, 




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Yearbook Staff 



Though many tedious hours have been spent in the 
publications office, we are proud to have been on the 
staff of the first "TROTTER." 



Ray Reed 
Staff Advisor 



Danny Jackson 
Co-editor 




Quinn Wilson 
Co-editor 




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Donna Combs 
Copy Editor 







Cracking the whip is sometimes necessary to keep the ball rolling. 



David Sidden 
Business Manager 



Tina Sykes 

Assistant Business 

Manager 



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With the assistance of Hunter's artist, we began to plan and assemble the pages of the 
yearbook. 





Bill Carter 
Artist 





Now, you know we have a deadline! 



When the shutter blades were set into motion, 
imagination and planning worked simultaneously 
providing the many pictures needed for the year 
book. 




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Typist 



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Susan Johnson 
Typist 




Maria Hartman 
Photographer 



Max Haynes 
Assistant Photographer 



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Athletic Council 



It's amazing what a little phys, ed. can do for anybody. 



A champion Soccer team. 





ATHLETIC COUNCIL — Seat- 
ed: Freddy Hutchins, Bennie 
Venable, Archie Lankford; 
Standing: George Stockton, 
Warren Chilton, Paul Hin- 
shaw, Conrad Holcomb. 




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The BSU prepares to leave on its trip to the convention in Raleigh. 




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Seated: Susan Johnson, Gary Lowe. Ronnie Simp- 
son, Kathy Moser. Lola Davis; Standing: iDelmas 
Overby, Janet Ramey, Warren Chilton, Bonnie 
Hamlin, Dallas Cheek, Sandra Cassell, James 
Stockton, Bryanna Ramey, James Hayes. 




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The Circle K devotes itself to the service of school, community, and ultimately, 
the country. 



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Seated: Dale York. Dean Simmons. Michael Fowler, Harold 
VanHoy, Donald Lowe, Mike King, David Schumacher; Standing: 



Freddy Hutchins, Gary Wilson, Max Haynes, Gary Lowe, Dennis 
Giasco. Charles Cox. Allen Royal. 



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Seated; Brenda Johnson, Jean Welch, Susan Johnson, Benny Belton, Libby White, Vicke White, Kathy Mosley; Standing: James Stockton, 
Gary Lowe, Darry Wall, Joyce Grey, Wayne O'Neal, Karen Freer, Archie Lankford, Harold Wilmolh, Jimmy Fallin, Steve Cave. 





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President Ben Belton brings 
up new business at its 
monthly meeting. 



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Who's Who 



Bill Holcomb 



Archie Lankford 



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In American Junior Colleges 






Bonnie Hamlin 



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Freshmen 



Jerry Michael Badgett 
Pauline P. Badgett 
Charlotte M. Baity 



Sandra S. Blackburn 
Wiliam Jerry Blackburn 
Emily Jane Blackmon 



Carole B. Bledsoe 
Forest Ray Boaz 
William G. Bobbitt 



Catherine Boggs 
Larry B. Brannock 
Stephen D. Brintle 




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You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear! 






Rudolph A. Bryan 
Gary M. Bunton 




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Sandra Kay Cassell 
Steve W, Cave 
Dallas H. Cheek 



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Linda L. Chilton 
Hampton Michael Church 
Linda Darnell Clark 



The horn? No, that's the 
windshield -wipers. 





Freshmen 




Ralph B. Coe 
Wililam Ralph Cook 
Eddie C. Corder 



Thomas White Cothran, 
Vincent Charles Cox 
Lola Alice Davis 



Ray Chalmer Dawson 
Carolyn K, Doby 
Gary Richard Donithan 



Kay V. Draughn 
Stella Duke 
Warren G. Easter 



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Freshmen 



Donald D. Estes 
Bobby P. Evans 
Jimmy G. Fallln 



Amos F. Freeman 
Robert R. Fultz 
Bobby Lee Gammons 



Linda Kaye Gammons 
James W. Gilley 
Dennis I. Glascoe 



Katherine M, Goad 
Sarah Lou Golding 
Gary E. Goss 




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The hurrieder I go the behinder I get. 





Patricia Ann Harris 




Maria Hartman 




Timothy Hatcher 




Bily C. Hayes 



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I thought this corner stuff went out in the first grade. 



Dennis Hayes 
Linda Faye Haynes 




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Freshmen 




Rodney Hiatt 
Steve L. Hiatt 
Thomas E, Hill 



Sammy L. Hodges 
Faye Horton 
Ray A. Hudson 



Norman A. Hutchins 
Frances H, Jackson 
Jackie J. Jenkins 



Cornelia Kay Jessup 
Ann Elizabeth King 
Roger D. Kinzer 



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Freshmer 



Reggie D. Lewellyn 
Clarencie Clara Lewis 
Roger B. Lineberry 



Ellis Herman Marshall 
John D. Marshall 
Jackie T. Martin 



James 0. Matthew, Jr. 
Archie 0. McArthur 
Mary Lou McCoin 



Stephen R. McCreary 
Sheila Daphyne McHone 
William R. McHone 




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Larry W. Miller 
Wanda Lee Mobley 
Robert W. Moncus 



Mary C. Morgan 
Sandra A. Nester 
David C. Newman 




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Through the stacks of books we obtain our knowledge. 



Miss Mount Airy finds leisure time. 



Margaret Dsle Newman 




Sammy Delmas Overby 



Peggy Sue Owen 




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Phyllis Dianne Payne 





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Freshmen 




Amanda Mae Penn 
Richard G. Puckett 
Dudley 0, Quesinberry 



Jack D. Roberts 
Sarah Gail Roush 
Allan L. Royal 



Lee Edward Royal 
Charence Wayne Sheets 
Phyllis Ann Shelton 



Larry Dean Simmons 
Martha Susan Slate 
Daniel W. Smith 



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Freshmen 



Susan P. Snow 
Willis Richard Sowers 
Ronald G. Spivey 



Lois Judith Steelman 
Mary Laura Stevens 
Sharron Kay Stewart 



James E. Stockton 
Tommy L. Strickland 
Carl Steven Talley 



Daryl W. Tilley 
Shirley E, Tuttle 
Barbara Cleo Valentine 




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Goofed again! 



Who has time to eat!? 




Vickie Evon White 
Nancy Shearone Wiles 
Bobby D. Willard 



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Frances L. Willard 
Teddy D. Williams 
Tony G. Williams 



W. Harold Wilmouth 
Gary M. Wilson 
Robby M. Wilson 



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SOPHOMORES 



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Kay P. Allreri 



Aldie L Arrington 



Dennis R. Atkins 






Kenneth E. Barker 



Ben G. Belton 



Mary Virginia Blackrnon 




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Patsy Kay Brewer 



Peggy Juanita Brintle 



Rodney A, Brintle 





Sophomores 



Charles Edward Butcher 



Ronnie W. Caudle 




Classes are not always formal lectures. 



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Anyone for computer wiring? 




Sophomores 



Nova Lee Crouse 



Diane Davis 



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Judy Frances Evans 



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Sophomores 



Delphine W. Everhart 



Jimmy C. Flynn 






Michael C. Fowler 



Karen Freer 



Joseph R. Greene 






Joyce Evelyn Grey 



Bonnie Hamlin 



Charlie W. Harris 



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James 0. Hayes, Jr. 



Tommy W. Haymore 



James L. Hill, Jr. 





Dallas William Holcomb 



Mary Lynn Holder 



Freddie D. Hutchens 



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Daniel W. Jackson 





Brenda Gail Jessup 



Sophomores 



Carlton R. Jessup 



Patsy Marie Jessup 



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Sophomores 





Ronald H. Jessup 



Brenda Gayle Johnson 





Judy Kaye Johnson 



Larry B. Johnson 



Susan Sidney Johnson 



Future secretaries at work. 





Donald Q. Lowe 



Gary L Lowe 



Who's Who? 



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Dale J. Marsh 



Brenda Gail Marshall 



Carl T, Massey 





Langston G. H. McCarther 



You could put it all in a test tube! 



Larry C. Moore 



Cathy Ellen Mosley 



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Frances Marie Nichols 



Leslie T. Nichols 



Sophomores 






Wayne O'Neal 



Linda G, Poole 



Jerry C. Pratt 






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Sophomores 



Linda Susan Reed 



Roger W, Riddle 






Ronald J, Roberts 



Rachel Jane Samuels David L, Schumacher 






Paul Allen Semones, Jr. Rickie H. Shores 



David Charles Sidden 



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Ronnie F, Simpson 



Linda Kaye Slate 



Robert E. Smith, Jr. 





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Philip M. Snow 



Marjorie Ann Stepp 



Effie Christine Sykes 





Sherman Fred Taylor, Jr. Brenda Kay Thompson 



Janet Lee Towe 



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See if you can hit the coach. 





Sophomores 



Timothy L. Tucker 



Bennie Venable 



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Jean Welch 



Phillip Welch 



Greg Williamson 



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Quinn Wilson 



Mike Wolfe 



Dale York 



Sophomores 



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Index 



ALLRED, KAY P 98 

Dobson, North Carolina 

ARRINGTON. ALDIE 98 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

ATKINS, DENNIS 98 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BADGETT, JERRY MICHAEL 80 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BADGETT, PAULINE P 80 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BAITY, CHARLOTTE M 80 

Mocksville, North Carolina 

BARKER, KENNY 98 

Dobson, North Carolina 

BELTON, BEN- 98 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BLACKBURN, SANDRA L 80 

Glade Valley, North Carolina 

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM JERRY 80 

Glade Valley, North Carolina 

BLACKMON, EMILY JANE 80 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BLACKMON, MARY VIRGINIA 98 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BLEDSOE. CAROLE B 80 

Lowgap, North Carolina 

BOAZ, FORREST RAY 80 

Pilot Mountain. North Carolina 

BOBBITT, WILLIAM G 80 

Hillsville, Virginia 

BOGGS, CATHERINE 80 

Booneville, North Carolina 

BRANNOCK, LARRY B 80 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BREWER, PATSY K 99 

Thurmond. North Carolina 

BRINTLE, PEGGY J 99 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BRINTLE, RODNEY A 99 

Dobson. North Carolina 

BRINTLE, STEPHEN D 80 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

BRYAN, RUDOLPH A 81 

Galax, Virginia 

BUNTON, BARY M 81 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

BUTCHER, CHARLES E 99 

Pinnacle, North Carolina 

BUTCHER, FRANKIE A 81 

Dobson, North Carolina 

CARPENTER. SARAH JANE 81 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

CARTER, WILLIAM 81 

Dobson, North Carolina 

CASSELL, SANDRA KAY 82 

Galax, Virginia 

CAUDLE, RONNIE W 82 

Jonesville. North Carolina 

CAVE, STEVE WEBB 82 

Booneville, North Carolina 

CHEEK. DALLAS H 82 

Elkin, North Carolina 

CHILTON. GARY L 100 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

CHILTON. LARRY C 100 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

CHILTON, LINDA L 82 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

CHURCH, H. MICHAEL 82 

Dobson, North Carolina 



CLARK. LINDA DARNELL 82 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

COCKERHAM, ROBERTA 100 

Elkin. North Carolina 

COE, RALPH B 83 

Dobson. North Carolina 

COLLINS, GARY L 100 

Elkin, North Carolina 

COLLINS, JAMES W 100 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

COLLINS. ROGER M 100 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

COMBS. DONNA M 100 

COOK. WILLIAM RALPH 83 

Jonesville, North Carolina 

COOKE, GARRY R 100 

Dobson, North Carolina 

CORDER. EDDIE C 83 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

COTHRAN, THOMAS WHITE. Ill 83 

Sheby, North Carolina 

COX, CHARLES VINCENT 83 

Galax. Virginia 

COX, TROY D 100 

Mount of Wilson, Virginia 

GROUSE, NOVA LEE 101 

Lowgap. North Carolina 

DAVIS, DIANE 101 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

DAVIS, LOLA ALICE 83 

Galax. Virginia 

DAWSON, RAY CHALMER 83 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

DEHART, SAMMY L 83 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

DOBSON, LINDA LEE 102 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

DOBY. CAROLYN K 83 

Dobson, North Carolina 

DONITHAN, RICHARD 83 

Galax. Virginia 

DRAUGHN, KAY V 83 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

DUKE. STELLA 83 

Norfolk. Virginia 

EASTER, WARREN G 83 

Ararat. Virginia 

ESTES, DONALD 84 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

EVANS. BOBBY 84 

Sparta, North Carolina 

EVANS, JUDY FRANCES 102 

Sparta. North Carolina 

EVERHART. DELPHINE W 102 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

FALLIN. JIMMY G 84 

Booneville. North Carolina 

FLYNN, JIMMY C 103 

Dobson. North Carolina 

FOWLER. MICHAEL 103 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

FREEMAN. AMOS FOLGER 84 

Dobson. North Carolina 

FREER, KAREN 103 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

FULTZ. ROBERT RAY 84 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

GAMMONS, BOOY L 84 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

GAMMONS, LINDA K 84 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

GILLY. JAMES W 84 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

GLASCOE. DENNIS 1 84 

Ennice, North Carolina 

GOAD, KATHERINE M 84 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 



GOLDING. SARA LOU 84 

Elkin North C^ro ina 

QOSS. GARY E 84 

Galax, Virginia 

GREENE, JOSEPH R 103 

Toast, North Carolina 

GREY, JOYCE EVELYN 103 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HAMLIN. BONNIE 103 

Dobson, North Carolina 

HARRIS, CHARLIE W 103 

Thurmond. North Carolina 

HARRIS, PATRICIA ANNE 85 

Dobson, North Carolina 

HARTMAN. MARLA JEAN 85 

San Francisco, California 

HATCHER. TIMOTHY 85 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HAYES, BILLY C 85 

Elkin. North Carolina 

HAYES, DENNIS T 86 

Galax. Virginia 

HAYES. JAMES O., JR 104 

Elkin. North Carolina 

HAYMORE. TOMMY W 104 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HAYNES. LINDA FAYE 86 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HAYNES. MAX G 86 

State Road. North Carolina 

HENDERSON, DWIGHT L 86 

Dobson, North Carolina 

HENNIS. CECIL FORREST 86 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HIATT. ALAN RODNEY * 87 

Ararat. Virginia 

HIATT, STEVE L 87 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

HILL. JAMES L. JR 104 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

HILL, THOMAS E. 87 

Dobson. North Carolina 

HODGES, SAMMY L 87 

Dobson, North Carolina 

HOLCOMB, DALLAS WILLIAM 104 

Hamptonville, North Carolina 

HOLDER, MARY LYNN 104 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HORTON, FAYE 87 

Hillsville. Virginia 

HUDSON. RAY A. 87 

Dobson, North Carolina 

HUTCHENS, FREDDIE D 104 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

HUTCHENS. NORMAN A 87 

East Bend, North Carolina 

INMAN, JIMMY 104 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

JACKSON. DANIEL W 105 

Dobson. North Carolina 

JACKSON. FRANCES H 87 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

JENKINS, JACKIE J 87 

Dobson. North Carolina 

JESSUP. BRENDA GAIL 105 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

JESSUP. CARLTON R 105 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

JESSUP. CORNELIA KAY 87 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

JESSUP. PATSY HARIE 105 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

JESSUP. RONALD H 106 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

JOHNSON, BRENDA GAYLE 106 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 



JOHNSON, JUDY KAYE 106 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

JOHNSON, LARRY B 106 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

JOHNSON, SUSAN SIDNEY 106 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

KEY, RUDY A 107 

Ararat, North Carolina 

KING. ANN ELIZABETH 87 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

KINZER, ROGER D 87 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

LANKFORD, ARCHIE D 107 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

LAWRENCE, JOHNNY B 107 

Dobson, North Carolina 

LEWELLYN, REGGIE D 88 

Dobson, North Carolina 

LEWIS, CLARENCE CLARA 88 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

LINEBERRY, ROGER B 88 

Galax, Virginia 

LONG, TEDDY D 107 

State Road. North Carolina 

LOWE. DONALD Q 107 

Galax, Virginia 

LOWE. GARY L 107 

Galax. Virginia 

MARSH, DALE J 103 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

MARSHALL, BRENDA GAIL ..108 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

MARSHALL, ELLIS HERMAN 88 

Ararat, Virginia 

MARSHALL, JOHN D 88 

Ararat, Virginia 

MARTIN, JACKIE T 88 

Pinnacle, North Carolina 

MASSEY, CARL T 108 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

MATTHEWS, JAMES O. JR 88 

Pinnacle, North Carolina 

McARTHUR, ARCHIE 88 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 
McCARTHER, LANGSTON G. H. ...108 
Mount Airy, North Carolina 

McCOIN, MARY LOU 88 

Elkin, North Carolina 

McCREARY, STEPHEN R 88 

Cana. Virginia 

McHONE, SHEILA DAPHYNE 88 

Toast, North Carolina 

McHONE, WILLIAM R 88 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

MILLER, LARRY W 89 

Lowgap, Uorth Carolina 

MOBLEY, WANDA LEE 89 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

MONCUS, ROBERT W 89 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

MOORE, LARRY C 108 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

MORGAN, MARY C 89 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

MOSLEY, CATHY ELLEN 108 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

NESTER, SANDRA A 89 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

NEWMAN. DAVID CHARLES 89 

Galax, Virginia 

NEWMAN, MARGARET DALE 90 

Toast. North Carolina 

NICHOLS, FRANCES MARIE 109 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

NICHOLS, LESLIE T. . . ,. 109 

Galax, Virginia 



O'NEAL, WAYNE 109 

Dobson, North Carolina 

OVERBY, DELMAS 90 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

OWEN, PEGGY SUE 90 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

PAYNE, PHYLLIS DIANNE 90 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

PENN, AMANDA MAE 91 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

POOLE, LINDA G 109 

Ennice, North Carolina 

PRATT, JERRY C 109 

Ararat, North Carolina 

PUCKETT, CHARLES R 110 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

PUCKETT, RICHARD G 91 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

QUESINBERRY, DUDLEY 91 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

RAMEY, BRYANNA LYNN 110 

Lowgap, North Carolina 

RAMEY, JANET GAYLE 110 

Lowgap, North Carolina 

REED, LINDA SUSAN 111 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

RIDDLE, ROGER W -111 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

ROBERTS, JACK D 91 

Thurmond, North Carolina 

ROBERTS, RONALD J 111 

Yadkinville, North Carolina 

ROUSH, SARAH GAIL 91 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

ROYAL, ALLAN L 91 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

ROYAL, LEE EDWARD 91 

Glade Valley, North Carolina 

SAMUELS, RACHEL JANE 111 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

SCHUMACHER. DAVID L 111 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

SEMONES, PAUL ALLEN, JR 111 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

SHEETS, CLARENCE WAYNE 91 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

SHELTON, PHYLLIS ANN 91 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

SHORES, RICKIE H 111 

Thurmond. North Carolina 

SIDDEN, DAVID CHARLES 111 

State Road, North Carolina 

SIMMONS, LARRY DEAN . 91 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

SIMPSON, RONNIE F 112 

Mounti Airy, North Carolina 

SLATE, LINDA KAYE 112 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

SLATE, MARTHA SUSAN 91 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

SMITH, DANIEL W 91 

Lowgap, North Carolina 

SMITH, ROBERT E. JR 112 

Lowgap, North Carolina 

SNOW. PHILLIP M 112 

Toast, North Carolina 

SNOW, SUSAN P 92 

Dobson, North Carolina 

SOWERS, WILLIS RICHARD 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

SPIVEY, RONALD G 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

STEELMAN, LOIS JUDITH 92 

Yadkinville, North Carolina 

STEPP, MARJORIE ANN 112 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 



STEVENS, MARY LAURA 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

STEWART, SHARRON KAY 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

STOCKTON, JAMES E 92 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

STRICKLAND, TOMMY L 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

SYKES, EFFIE CHRISTINE 112 

Mount Airy. North Carolina 

TALLEY, CARL STEVEN 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

TAYLOR, SHERMAN FRED ,...,,,.112 

Dobson, North Carolina 

THOMPSON, BRENDA KAY 112 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

TILLEY, DARYL W 92 

Ararat, North Carolina 

TOWE, JANET LEE 112 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

TUCKER, TIMOTHY L 113 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

TUTTLE, SHIRLEY E 92 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

VALENTINE. BARBARA CLEO 92 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

VanHOY, HAROLD D 93 

Galax, Virginia 

VENABLE. BENNIE , .,113 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

VENABLE, RONNIE .114 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

VOGLER, NANCY 114 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WALKER, JERRY W 93 

Yadkinville, North Carolina 

WALL, DARRY W 93 

Elkin, North Carolina 

WALL, ELOISE 114 

Dobson, North Carolina 

WELCH, JEAN 114 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WELCH, PHILLIP .114 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WHITAKER, LANNY T 93 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WHITE, ARNOLD G 94 

Dobson, North Carolina 

WHITE, LIBBY ANN 94 

Dobson, North Carolina 

WHITE, VICKIE EVON 94 

Dobson. North Carolina 

WILES, NANCY SHEARONE 94 

Mocksville. North Carolina 

WILLARD, BOBBY D 94 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WILLARD, FRANCES L 95 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WILLIAMS, TEDDY D 95 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WILLIAMS, TONY G 95 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WILLIAMSON. GREG 114 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

WILMOUTH, W. HAROLD 95 

Sparta. North Carolina 

WILSON, GARY M 95 

Galax. Virginia 

WILSON, QUINN D 115 

Galax. Virginia 

WILSON, ROBBY M 95 

Lowgap, North Carolina 

WOLFE, MIKE , 115 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 

YORK, DALE 115 

White Plains, North Carolina 



Surry Community College 

Board of Trustees Administration 

Robert E. Merritt Mount Airy I. John Krepick President 

Chairman 

George Evans Stockton 

R. G. Chatham Elkin Dean of student Personnel 

Vice Chairman 

James H. Templeton 

Foy Clark Mount Airy 

Director of Adult Extension 

Frank Comer Dobson 

Carlos Surrat . . Director of Evening Division 

Charles L Folger Dobson 

Henry Clyde Johnson .... Business Manager 

Thomas L. Folger Mount Airy 

Paul Edward Keicher, Chairman, 
John P. Frank Mount Airy Technical-Vocational Division 

Robert M. Lowe Lowgap Raymond C. Freeman Librarian 

Mrs. Roxie B. Roth Elkin James M. Reeves, Counselor and Admissions 

Oscar Smith . . . Pilot Mountain , . _. , _, 

Mary Ruth Thompson 

Counselor and Activities 
Howard O. Woltz, Jr Mount Airy 

Weldon Reece 
Robert Yarborough Jonesville Coordinator, Learning Laboratory 



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Faculty 



Faculty 



ALLRED, SAMMY LEE Business Administration 

B.S. — Appalachian State University; 
M.A. — Appalachian State University. 

ATKINS, BROADUS D Automotive Mechanics 

A.A.S.— Central Utah Vocational School. 

CALLOWAY, MARY ANN English and History 

A.B.— Salem College; M.A. Wake Forest. 

CHILTON, WARREN Mathematics 

A.B.— High Point College; M.Ed.— 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

COX, ABBE ROSE Art 

B.S. — Columbia University; M.A. — 
Columbia University. 

FREED, RAYMOND ERIC Drafting and Design 

A.A.S. — Forsyth Technical Institute; 

Additional Work — North Carolina State University 

FREEMAN, RAYMOND CARL Librarian 

B.S.— University of North Carolina; 
M. A.— Appalachian State University. 

HINSHAW, LETTIE Physical Education 

B.S. — Appalachian State University; 
M.A. — Appalachian State University. 

HINSHAW, PAUL Physical Education 

B.S. — Appalachian State University; 
M.S.— Appalachian State University. 

HOLCOMB, CONRAD C. JR Social Science 

A.B. — University of North Carolina; 
M.A. — George Washington University. 

HUTCHENS, JAMES ALBERT, History and Economics 
A.B— University of North Carolina; 
M.A. — University of North Carolina. 

JOHNSON, HENRY CLYDE Business Manager 

A.B. — Elon College; M.A.T. — University 
of North Carolina, 

KEICHER, PAUL EDWARD Drafting 

Chairman of Technical-Vocational 
Division.— B. CH. E— Syracuse University 
Additional Work— Utica College. 

KREPICK, I. JOHN President 

B.S.— Bloomsburg State College; M.A. — 
New York University; Additional Graduate 
Work — Pennsylvania University. 

LEAR, CHARLES MERRITT Electronics 

B.S.— University of North Carolina; 
M.S. — University of North Carolina. 

McCANN, JAMES GUY Mathematics 

B.S.— Appalachian State University; 
M.A. — Appalachian State University; 
Additional Graduate Work— University of 
North Carolina. 

REED, RAY CAMPBELL English 

B.A.— Bridgewater College; M.A. Appalachian 
State University; Additional Graduate Work- 
University of North Carolina. 



REESE, WELDON Learning Laboratory 

B.S.— Guilford College. 

REEVES, JAMES MICHAEL Counseling 

B.S. — Appalachian State University; 
M.A. — Appalachian State University. 

RICHARDSON, CARMEN FRYE Music 

A. A— Davenport Junior College; 
B.S.— University of North Carolina. 

ROGERS, ELDON SYKES Spanish 

B.S.— Appalachian State University; 
Additional Graduate Work — University of 
Mexico. 

SELTZER, RICHARD CARL Biology 

A.A.S. — Agricultral and Technical 
Institute at Alfred; B.S. — University 
of Georgia; M.S. — Ohio University. 

SPARGER, GOLDIE S Secretarial Science 

B.S.— Steed College; M.A. Appalachian 
State University. 

STOCKTON, GEORGE EVANS 

Director of Student Personnel 
B.S.— Trenton State College; M.ED.— 
Temple University; Additional Graduate 
Work — University of Texas. 
SURRATT, CARLOS PAUL 

Director, Evening Division 
A.B.— University of North Carolina; 
M.A. — Appalachian State University; 
Additionai Graduate Work— North Carolina 
State University. 

TAYLOR, PEGGY HILL Secretarial Science 

A.A.— Mars Hill College; B.S, Appalachian 
State University. 

TEMPLETON, JAMES H Director, Adult Division 

B.S.— Appalachian State University; 
M.A. — Appalachian State University; 
Additional Graduate Work — University of 
North Carolina. 

THOMPSON, MARY RUTH . . .Sociology; Counseling 
B.S. — University of North Carolina; 
M.S.— University of North Carolina; 
Additional Graduate Work— University of 
North Carolina. 

VAN HORN, JOHN MAX English 

B.S.— Appalachian State University; 
M. A.— Appalachian State University. 

WALLACE, JAMES HAMPTON 

Business Administration 
B.S.— North Carolina State University; 
M.B.A. — Harvard University. 

WENGER, RAYMOND Chemistry 

B.S.— Pennsylvania State University; 
M.S. — Pennsylvania State University; 
Ph.D. — Purdue University. 



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